- 8 years ago
- Wedding: October 2012
LOreal all the way
LOreal all the way
I feel very conflicted! The Frank Provost shampoo onsale at the grocery store would be the type that a previous poster mentioned steering away from…as it’s a professional brand at a lower price and quality. Reading the FP website there are about 25 positive reviews and 25 negative, ack!
I’ve made a decision after checking out some other forums, and online suppliers…and thanks to your tips too.
I’ve decided on a HUGE bottle of Generik that is concentrated, which means diluting it in small doses at a time, and cheaper. Everything I’m reading about the brand is good, it was made by a guy who worked with L’Oreal, and started his own low-cost professional quality brand. The bottles are ugly, not much marketing, but supposedly the quality is there. I hope so! If I order it today it would be here tomorrow or Saturday. Thanks for your help! We’ll see how it goes.
I am also interested in no-poo though, maybe I can start that in the summer when I’m off work.
anything by john freida, love root awaking
Baking soda and vinegar certainly is less harmful than some of the weird stuff in shampoos, plus you don’t get a build-up of silicone or wax like you do from most of the shampoos out there.
Good for you for trying! 🙂
I just started using:
And I love it!
It’s really hard to find baking soda in france:(
Aveeno is amazing. Even my fiance swears by it now 🙂
I made my first batch of shampoo bars from scratch and I love using them – they’re coconut, oilive and castor oil with peppermint and tea tree essential oils for scent.
On a non-hair-related note, did you know that you can use your shampoo bars as face wash too? (they’re really moisturising so it’s really good for your skin) Also you can use baking soda to wash your face (google it!)
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